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Nice little course
Pros: This course is located in a nice, quiet park and is great for beginning to intermediate players. The layout is good and fairly easy to follow, allowing for quick play. Unlike many small town parks, the holes are not on top of each other. There is a good mixture of short and long holes, with trees being a factor on virtually every hole. Some holes were tunnel shots, while others seemed to favor left handed throwers. In any case, these challenges added to the fun factor of the course.
Cons: Tee boxes would be a nice addition to the course, as would signs indicating the distance for each hole. On a few holes, the tee marker (a pole in the ground) was very close to a tree. This didn't allow for much room so be careful you don't hit your hand on the pole with your follow through. If the park were busy, watching out for pedestrians would be a concern. In fact, there are some park benches directly in the flight path on some holes. Outside of one hole that has a slight incline, there was very little change in elevation.
Other Thoughts: If you were in the area and had time to play a quick round, I would definitely recommend this course. It is a good course to work on some technical shots and could be great for some safari golf. In addition, the locals I encountered in the park were very friendly and inquisitive about the sport. I will definitely play this course again the next time I go through Peabody.
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